TogetherFarm Blocks: LEGO Garden Bricks

Feb 6, 2014

Category: Living

After a successful fundraising campaign on Kickstarter, the Portland based team behind TogetherFarm Blocks looks to bring their sustainable, LEGO inspired garden bricks to the retail market.

Built from recycled food grade plastic, this modular garden block system lets you create both indoor and outdoor planters. The kits come with 24 colored blocks that are both lightweight (9 pounds for total kit) and durable, and should last for many years to come. Due to the modular design, you can really create any shape, at any depth for your garden box, and can even switch things up between seasons. There are no tools required for setup, and you can have your garden box ready to go in under 5 minutes. The brand’s whole mission is to bring people and produce together, hence the name, and are hoping that TogetherFarm Blocks can do just that. [Purchase]

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